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Cj I reakon will return as a mIssion and if not he might have his own record label like he does at the end of SA and be famous so like billboards l, tv show or something. From the title alone we can see that it is not called gta Los santos it gta sanandreas 2 it's v a sequal to the fourth so niko will be back. whatsthat.gif

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Mate no one no who coming back and who not they will probably shown us in the next trailer who the main man so for now its a ???

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Cj I reakon will return as a mIssion and if not he might have his own record label like he does at the end of SA and be famous so like billboards l, tv show or something. From the title alone we can see that it is not called gta Los santos it gta sanandreas 2 it's v a sequal to the fourth so niko will be back. whatsthat.gif

You really need to understand how GTA works. First, the roman numeral games do not follow any order at all. III is not related to IV, and chances are IV and V not either.

 

Second, no one knows, it's been discussed so much and we know so little.

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Good points and true we will never know till next trailer or probably till the game actually comes out, but what do you want in the game, who do you want to come back or what type of missions?

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Good points and true we will never know till next trailer or probably till the game actually comes out, but what do you want in the game, who do you want to come back or what type of missions?

Wishlist topic

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Two unnecessary topics in a day. You must be looking for the much contested award of "Retard of the forums"

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Protagonist who was previously involved in a life of crime and has since retired to take on a legitimate career, makes lots of money, finds a wife, have a child, buy a big house.

 

10 years later, the recession hits. Protag's property development business loses a big contract and the company goes bust. The flash cars and the house in Vinewood are repossessed forcing the family to move to some sh*tty new estate his old company had built after demolishing the slums of Grove St. Once here, the main character bumps into an old friend who used to be involved back in the criminal days and he offers you some small jobs, just deliveries. The protag needs the extra money now. On one of the deliveries, you involuntarily become a getaway driver as it turns out these deliveries have actually been drug deals and this one had been a sting causing the police to have your image and meaning there's no turning back. You have to keep a low profile but this combined with being a family man is difficult and the shady behaviour mixed with the recently imposed close proximity that the family have to live in causes your wife to leave and take your teenage daughter with her.

 

Depression sinks in but after a few stiff drinks and stern words from your tweaker friends from the old days and an affiliated, newly homeless Carl "CJ" Johnson, that depression becomes more of a "what have I got left to lose?" attitude and the crimes get bigger and more sinister. With the ease on space in the house and a new found loneliness, the aged, mid-forty version of CJ begins living in the spare room and becomes your partner in crime often helping to plan out missions and helping along the way.

 

Times goes by and the increasingly more risqué jobs with their equally impressive payouts allow you to go back to your former life of luxury, a plan which isn't much approved of by your newly reconnected friends, they had seen you go straight before and you had abandoned them when they needed you leaving them to walk away. But you still have CJ, you still have CJ until you offer him a job at your newly reappointed property development company, STD, and he realises it was you who had called for the home where his mother had raised him to be torn down, the home where his girlfriend was pregnant with their first child when they had been evicted and tossed out onto the street, the street where she had died. CJ turns his back on you and joins up with the tweakers and small time crooks who had so willingly followed your every command. Once together they plotted and you return to your fancy apartment overlooking the beach to find a note enclosed with a picture of your wife and child with a simple message "Have you seen them lately?". You rush over to the house where they are staying to find the door off it's hinges and a homeless man inside looting the place (he isn't involved by just an opportunist, I'll leave it up to you whether you kill him or just order him to leave.) Upstairs there is blood across the wall and you enter the next room to find a semi conscious wife propped up against the bed with a wound on the back of her head, a black eye and a bust lip. She tells you that they got your teenage daughter so you go to get her back and have to drive around the city trying to find out where she is until you eventually find her in some grotty hole, tied to the bed being defiled by a number of these f*cking goons, kill them all and get out of the house. Once away you go back to the house and get your wife before leaving, only to get there and find her dead, a bullet through her head. Lying on the bed with a note, in the same hand writing as before, saying "you shouldn't of left her alone. Now you know how I've felt all this time." only this time it's signed out, CJ. Take your daughter somewhere safe and then go for a revenge kill finale on top of the half built "Mile High Club" building shown in the trailer.

 

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You start off in island that is bottom left, like proper uptown LA with the flash cars and big shops.

 

Once the police are searching for you, you a forced to leave there and end up in the rebuilt grove street on the bottom right island which is a lot of long highway roads, residential estates and warehouses. - The big grey box towards the centre of this island is Glory holes theme park.

 

Then you move on back into LA once you get your money back but also the top island is unlocked and the majority of your missions take place in the small settlements laid around in-between dense countryside and forest.

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There are 3 airports. One on the first island, one on the second island and a small, flying school type runway on the top island.

 

Hope you like it smile.gif

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Two unnecessary topics in a day. You must be looking for the much contested award of "Retard of the forums"

If you know a topic is unnecessary then you should report it. smile.gif

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Anyone remember the billboard in IV with CJ on it?

there might be references like that to it.

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yeah i know unnecessary haha, im new to this forum bro. Its all really unnecessary if you think about it but its fun to talk bout smile.gif

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I'm pretty sure we won't see Cj or Tommy,or any of the older protagonists.Right now,we don't even know the protagonist of GTA V.If we'll se anything from San Andreas,it's gonna be the gangs.

 

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Protagonist who was previously involved in a life of crime and has since retired to take on a legitimate career, makes lots of money, finds a wife, have a child, buy a big house.

 

10 years later, the recession hits. Protag's property development business loses a big contract and the company goes bust. The flash cars and the house in Vinewood are repossessed forcing the family to move to some sh*tty new estate his old company had built after demolishing the slums of Grove St. Once here, the main character bumps into an old friend who used to be involved back in the criminal days and he offers you some small jobs, just deliveries. The protag needs the extra money now. On one of the deliveries, you involuntarily become a getaway driver as it turns out these deliveries have actually been drug deals and this one had been a sting causing the police to have your image and meaning there's no turning back. You have to keep a low profile but this combined with being a family man is difficult and the shady behaviour mixed with the recently imposed close proximity that the family have to live in causes your wife to leave and take your teenage daughter with her.

 

Depression sinks in but after a few stiff drinks and stern words from your tweaker friends from the old days and an affiliated, newly homeless Carl "CJ" Johnson, that depression becomes more of a "what have I got left to lose?" attitude and the crimes get bigger and more sinister. With the ease on space in the house and a new found loneliness, the aged, mid-forty version of CJ begins living in the spare room and becomes your partner in crime often helping to plan out missions and helping along the way.

 

Times goes by and the increasingly more risqué jobs with their equally impressive payouts allow you to go back to your former life of luxury, a plan which isn't much approved of by your newly reconnected friends, they had seen you go straight before and you had abandoned them when they needed you leaving them to walk away. But you still have CJ, you still have CJ until you offer him a job at your newly reappointed property development company, STD, and he realises it was you who had called for the home where his mother had raised him to be torn down, the home where his girlfriend was pregnant with their first child when they had been evicted and tossed out onto the street, the street where she had died. CJ turns his back on you and joins up with the tweakers and small time crooks who had so willingly followed your every command. Once together they plotted and you return to your fancy apartment overlooking the beach to find a note enclosed with a picture of your wife and child with a simple message "Have you seen them lately?". You rush over to the house where they are staying to find the door off it's hinges and a homeless man inside looting the place (he isn't involved by just an opportunist, I'll leave it up to you whether you kill him or just order him to leave.) Upstairs there is blood across the wall and you enter the next room to find a semi conscious wife propped up against the bed with a wound on the back of her head, a black eye and a bust lip. She tells you that they got your teenage daughter so you go to get her back and have to drive around the city trying to find out where she is until you eventually find her in some grotty hole, tied to the bed being defiled by a number of these f*cking goons, kill them all and get out of the house. Once away you go back to the house and get your wife before leaving, only to get there and find her dead, a bullet through her head. Lying on the bed with a note, in the same hand writing as before, saying "you shouldn't of left her alone. Now you know how I've felt all this time." only this time it's signed out, CJ. Take your daughter somewhere safe and then go for a revenge kill finale on top of the half built "Mile High Club" building shown in the trailer.

 

user posted image

 

You start off in island that is bottom left, like proper uptown LA with the flash cars and big shops.

 

Once the police are searching for you, you a forced to leave there and end up in the rebuilt grove street on the bottom right island which is a lot of long highway roads, residential estates and warehouses. - The big grey box towards the centre of this island is Glory holes theme park.

 

Then you move on back into LA once you get your money back but also the top island is unlocked and the majority of your missions take place in the small settlements laid around in-between dense countryside and forest.

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

There are 3 airports. One on the first island, one on the second island and a small, flying school type runway on the top island.

 

Hope you like it smile.gif

it would be amazing if that was true but i dont wanna get my hopes up

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Cj I reakon will return as a mIssion and if not he might have his own record label like he does at the end of SA and be famous so like billboards l, tv show or something. From the title alone we can see that it is not called gta Los santos it gta sanandreas 2 it's v a sequal to the fourth so niko will be back. whatsthat.gif

This guy doesn't know how the GTA eras and roman numerals work.

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For once GTA should come out with a game that gives you the choice to play as a male or female... I am a big fan of GTA have payed every last one of them but they all revolve around male characters as if females arent gang affiliated or have histories of committing crimes... Im just sayin. O. N. A: I dont think they will be bringing CJ back but possibly a character from Grove St. to keep the legend alive.

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ikillionaire ii

I think bubba will make a return

 

And maybe an OG loc track hidden in the game not as obvious as on the radio but a possibility

 

remember he has an album in the bohan safe house in gtaIV (i think bohan)

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